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Africa Day 2010 - Best Dressed Female - faces of the people African Beauty, African Women, African Fashion, African Girl, Beautiful Black Women, Beautiful People, Africa Day, East Africa, African Jewelry

Africa Day 2010 - Best Dressed Female

Africa Day 'Best Dressed' Competition AkiDwA, the African Women’s Network, and Tritees Promotions – the organisation that hosts the annual ‘Most Beautiful African Girl in Ireland’ pageant - hosted a ‘Best Dressed’ competition at Africa Day Dublin. Deirdre McQuillan, Fashion Editor of The Irish Times, was on hand to act as a judge, along with representatives of AkiDwA and Tritees. Mubarak Habib of the Dublin Swahili Institute also acted as a judge, particularly for the 'Best Dressed Man'…

Name: Wingback Chair Manifacture: Josef Wingback, Anthropologie Interesting Fact: Made using African Wax Fabric African Interior Design, African Design, African Art, African Prints, African Style, African Textiles, African Fabric, Ethno Design, African Furniture

African Prints in Fashion Blog - Fashion Trends, Outfit Ideas, Interviews

Follow the African Prints in Fashion Blog for your dose of contemporary African fashion trends, outfit ideas, the latest designs and designer interviews.

Colorful woven baskets at a crafts market in Nairobi suburbs.Basketry Art Art Kenya Travel Honeymoon Backpack Backpacking Vacation Africa Off the Beaten Path Budget Wanderlust Bucket List African Interior, African Home Decor, Basket Weaving, Woven Baskets, African Crafts, Craft Markets, Thinking Day, Arte Popular, African Design

Colorful woven baskets at a crafts market in Nairobi suburbs. Kenya.

Colorful woven baskets at a crafts market in Nairobi suburbs. Kenya.

Kaross Textiles: Hand embroidered by the Shangaan tribe of Limpopo Province, South Africa. African Crafts, African Art, Embroidery Art, Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Patterns, Art Tribal, African Textiles, Fabric Art, Textile Art

Embroidered Home Décor Items & Handmade African Art Pieces by Kaross

45x45cm cushion cover embroidered by Grace Base colour fabric: BlackColour: Royal blue, Navy Blue, Silver Grey, Cream, White, Blue and Kingfisher Size: 45x45cm Prices exclude inner This cushion cover is a one-of-a-kind, unique artwork. Even though the design is repeated within the collection, our embroiderers interpret each design individually,combining colours and stitches to create perfectly crafted items. The artwork features African animals framed in the characteristic Kaross Signature…

To date only vases are reported within this form of glass. Made from PVC plumbing pipes, the lacquered vases are provided in a broad range of glossy colours This vase resembles an Ipod. Wooden vases are given in a wide… Continue Reading → South African Decor, South African Design, African Theme, African Home Decor, African Art, African Beads, African Style, African Interior Design, Ethno Design

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Streetwires has been in business since 2000 and in that time we have built an impressive catalogue of the finest, most original wire and bead art available in South Africa. A passionate focus on desig

Beaded neck ornament, Sudan This particular neck ornament, with its central band of patterned Venetian beads and brass cartridge cases, would be worn by a Dinka man at or shortly before his wedding to show his eligibility and the wealth of his family. Ethnic Jewelry, African Jewelry, Jewellery, African Necklace, Bohemian Jewelry, African Accessories, Jewelry Accessories, Jewelry Design, Bling

THIS BEADIFUL WORLD...

tumbleword: “ Beaded Neck Ornament, Dinka of Southern Sudan …central band of Venetian beads and brass cartridge cases, would be worn by a Dinka man at or shortly before his wedding to show his...

Shangaan Necklace - South Africa - Fine Tribal Art From Africa and Oceania African Beads, African Jewelry, Tribal Jewelry, Beaded Jewelry, Jewelry Necklaces, Beaded Necklace, Beaded Bracelets, Bohemian Jewelry, Necklace Set

Africa | Ndau / Shangaan necklace from South Africa | Glass beads, sinew and fiber | 19th century | Sold

Tsamai warrior Omo valley Ethiopia by Eric Lafforgue African Beads, African Jewelry, Tribal Jewelry, Time For Africa, Out Of Africa, African Tribes, African Art, African Diaspora, Eric Lafforgue

Tsamai warrior Omo valley Ethiopia

The Tsamai people (also spelled Tsemay, Tsamay, Tsemai) are an ethnic group of southwestern Ethiopia. Most Tsamai are agro-pastoralists, herding cattle as well as growing crops. Many Tsamai women wear clothing made from leather. Many Tsamai men carry small seat around with them, which they use in case they need to sit down. Les Tsamays sont un groupe ethinque du sud ouest de l'Ethiopie. La plupart des hommes se promenent toujours avec un petit tabouret sur lequel ils s'assoient. © Eric…

Australian color forecasting group Dulux’ fashion-inspired room, styled by Dulux stylist Bree Leech & inspired by Australia fashion designer Camilla Franks. via the design files Estilo Interior, Home Interior, Interior Styling, Interior And Exterior, Interior Design, Room Inspiration, Interior Inspiration, Fashion Inspiration, Home Design

See the World Through Pattern and Colour

Garoo Trading Company is an online boutique supplier specialising in stunning fabrics from around the globe. This blog is purely made up of images that are full of detailed patterns and bold colours,...

Southern Guild Design Foundation: Work by artist/sculptor Angus Taylor, Image Source marvellousmusings.wordpress.com Plascon Colours, Time For Africa, South African Artists, Africa Art, T Art, Design Museum, Installation Art, Sculpture Art, Contemporary Art

Inspiration | Colour and Inspiration

Plascon colour and inspiration trends to follow.

Understanding Contemporary African Art’s Hard-won Rise to the Art World Main Stage - Aida Muluneh, The Wolf You Feed Body Painting Pictures, Art Pictures, Art Pics, Maine, Wolf, Zebra Art, Contemporary African Art, Contemporary Design, African Artists

Understanding Contemporary African Art’s Hard-won Rise to the Art World Main Stage

That “Contemporary African Art” is a collecting category encompassing 54 countries, 1.1 billion people, over 2,000 spoken languages, multiple thousan...